Montenegro; Bidders invited to submit obligatory offers for direct agreement for TPP Pljevlja new unit investment project

20. August 2013. / SEE Energy News

Montenegro Power utility company EPCG, partially owned and managed by Italian A2A, has informed all potential investors about construction of the second unit of TPP Pljevlja and asked t them to prepare final offer and all necessary documentation by the end of September. Like it was stated from EPCG, the goal is defining main conditions according to criterion of the best ratio of financial-technical-ecological and commercial proposals and minimum of total risks from project realization.

EPCG reconsidered preliminary offers of seven consortiums and campaigns. Interest for the project was expressed by Skoda Praha from Czech Republic and Consortium from Poland and Slovakia and four Chinese companies- it is stated in the statement from EPCG and it is stressed that preliminary offers and project performances are in accordance with defined ideological project on the base of general economic-technical analysis.

According to the study for construction of the second unit, EPCG intends to construct new facility 220-300 MW strong on the location of existing object. EPCG’s decision is choose best bidder without tender procedure and project is realized within international contract and obligation of the bidder to provide 75 to 85% of required credit assets or to offer an option of common investment- it is stated in the statement.

Net energy efficiency of the second block cannot be lower than 38% and heating station for security of Pljevlje’s heating is obligated.

On the base of delivered bids, decision should be made i.e. appropriate law that would follow investment. Precondition is connection of Coal Mine and TPP “Pljevlja” what provides long-term supply to consumers and production continuity- EPCG stated.

Source; Serbia Energy See desk/EPCG

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